Ibiquity Holds Bi-annual HD Radio Development Forum in China
Hong Kong Electronics Fair, China - Oct. 14, 2008 - More than 250 consumer electronics industry executives attended Ibiquity Digital's HD Radio Development Forum in Shenzhen, China, on Oct. 10, 2008, two days prior to the Hong Kong Electronics Fair. The goal of the event was to bring together the range of companies that build HD Radio products, from design through receiver manufacturing, to discuss the state of the industry and share the latest developments as the market grows.
According to Jeff Jury, COO of Ibiquity Digital, the overall purpose is make the end-to-end product rollout process as smooth as possible. This was the sixth training seminar and expo in Shenzhen.
The meeting included three concurrent training sessions and a 25-vendor HD Radio Exhibition. IC suppliers, module suppliers, test unit manufacturers, reference platform designers and software design houses were among the companies demonstrating their HD Radio solutions and services.
IC and advanced services were featured, including updates from Clear Channel Communications, which gave an update on HD-TMC/MSN Direct HD traffic services, and Elektrobit, a navigation applications provider, which presented an overview of the MSN Direct HD implementation. Conditional access, Itunes tagging, store and replay, and display standards were also discussed. Samsung EM, Siport, Texas Instruments, NXP and ST Microelectronics gave IC presentations. HD Radio design houses Kensen Technologies and Samboo Infotech also presented.
Ibiquity will be organizing another HD Radio Business Conference and Technology Update on April 10, 2009, at the Shangri-La Hotel in Shenzhen, China.
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